ASIC x UTS: AI Regulators Symposium

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Emerging issues in AI regulation

21 May 2024 | 5.00pm - 7:30pm | UTS Broadway campus, Sydney

Dr Chau Chak Wing Building (UTS Building 8, Level 2, Room 05) | 14 Ultimo Road, Ultimo

Artificial intelligence (AI) is evolving fast and is becoming more integrated and influential in our lives in a range of different ways.

As it reshapes industry and redefines the future of technology, responsible development and ethical use of AI in Australia is increasingly urgent and critical.

Emerging technologies such as AI also pose new challenges for the work of regulators. Effective regulation requires the right legal frameworks and the right tools to be in place.

As the corporate, markets and financial services regulator, ASIC is bringing together experts from academia, business, industry, and government for a critical conversation about how AI is changing regulation and the way regulators go about their work, drawing on lessons from leading international approaches. Our focus will be on identifying the conditions necessary for effective regulation of AI.

Join us as we discuss some of the most pressing questions AI poses for regulation in Australia.


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Terms of registration

  • ASIC uses Eventbrite, a third party’s event registration platform, to process and manage your registration for this event.
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  • ASIC reserves the right to cancel or change details related to the event due to any unforeseen circumstances. We will notify you of any such change.
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ASIC Privacy Notice for the use of Eventbrite

Information you provide to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (US/WE/OUR) in the event registration form will include personal information as defined under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (the Privacy Act).

Purpose of collection

We are collecting your personal information to plan and organise this ASIC event as well as process and manage your registration, where applicable.

How will we collect and store the information?

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What we collect

The information we collect from you through Eventbrite includes your:

  • Full name and email address
  • Work information – job title, company/organisation.

Who is Eventbrite?

Eventbrite is a ticketing and registration platform based in California, USA. You can find Eventbrite’s Privacy Policy on the Eventbrite website.

Please note, Eventbrite is not bound by the Australian Privacy Principles under the Privacy Act. If you consent to Eventbrite collecting your personal information on our behalf, we will not be liable for any breaches of your privacy by Eventbrite, and you will not be able to seek redress under the Privacy Act against Eventbrite.

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Further information

For further information about how we handle your personal information, your rights to seek access to and correct personal information held by ASIC, and to complain about breaches of your privacy, please refer to ASIC’s Privacy Policy.

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Tuesday 21 May 2024

Time Session

5.00pm – 5.40pm

Networking drinks

5:40pm – 5.50pm

Welcome and opening remarks

  • Joseph Longo, ASIC Chair
  • Professor Nicholas Davis, Co-director, UTS Human Technology Institute

Joe Longo

Nicholas Davis

5.50pm – 6.05pm

Keynote Address

By The Hon. Stephen Jones, MP, Assistant Treasurer and Minister for Financial Services

6.05pm – 6.30pm

Panel discussion

Reflections on international regulatory trends from AI thought leaders

6.30pm – 7.30pm

Panel discussion

AI regulation in Australia today

Join leading regulators as they explore AI regulation in Australia including current obligations and powers, risk areas and how AI is changing the way they go about their work.

  • Joseph Longo, ASIC Chair
  • Carly Kind, Privacy Commissioner
  • Julie Inman Grant, eSafety Commissioner
  • Liza Carver, ACCC Commissioner

Joe Longo

Carly Kind

Julie Inman Grant

Liza Carver


Closing remarks

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